|Hep B (blood test)
Mar 12, 2005
Could You tell me, what does it mean 1. results from may : bilirubin - 11.0 (normal 0.0-23.0) AKK Phos 41 (normal 30-110) AST 28 (normal 6-42) ALT 19 (normal 4-43)
HepBeAg - nonreactive HepBeAb- reactive HbcAb - positive
HBV DNA Roche Molec.Systems - quantitation below test dilution limit
Hepatitis B Viral DNA - (DBA below test dilution limit <5000c/ml)
HepBsAg - positive
HepBs Antibody - 27,6 immune
2. results form jule - the same. Only HepBs Antibody - 10,5 immune 3/ results from November - the same? only HepBs Antibody <10 (non imunne)
Response from Dr. McGovern
It appears that you are an inactive carrier of hepatitis B. You will just need careful followup over time to be certain that you maintain this inactive state. Dr. McGovern
HBeAg s/co=39, serious ?
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